My wife and I stopped in about 3:00 pm on a Tuesday after a long weekend. The restaurant used to be a Humpty's, so we were interested to sample the Greek cuisine. The decor is spartan with rather cheap fixtures and laid out in almost a diner style. The menu had the lunch and dinner combined and dinner started at 4:00 pm, so we were limited to the lunch menu. We decided to have appetizers only and started with the Saganaki which was flamed at the table and was very good. We wanted the Octopodi (sp), but it was unavailable, so we settled on the Spanakopita and a shrimp dish that evades my memory. We also had a delicious Greek salad, but found it difficult to eat due to the cut of the ingredients and that it was served on a plate rather than a bowl. The shrimp, which were done perfectly, had the tails on and in order to eat them, we had to get our fingers into the food. Our problem here was the sparse luncheon napkins that were not up to the deliciousness of the shrimp sauce. All in all, this was average fare with the decor of a small town restaurant.
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